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Miscarriage and stillbirth: How to overcome them

Losing a baby can be a very difficult experience for couples. Whether it is a miscarriage or a stillbirth, couples are often left alone with their questions. In this episode of Healthy Me, No Cap, medical doctor Chinonso Egemba (Aproko Doctor) in Lagos, meets the mother of a stillborn baby to discuss these questions and stresses why parents need empathy and support rather than judgement.

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